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Bonnie is on heart medication which includes diuretic. She therefore drinks a great deal more water now than she did. Rather than trying to keep up with a normal water bowl, this drinking fountain is perfect. Problem is that her ears flop into the water. We have rigged-up an alfoil collar to reduce the size of the drinking pool. Works well
I bought this drinking fountain for my two indoor cats about three weeks ago and so far I am very happy. There has been a considerable increase in the amount both my boys drink, which is super important for liver and kidney health. The operation of the fountain is relatively silent, after the first day or two I stopped noticing the operation noise at all and I like that you can adjust the water flow if your cat or dog is a bit skittish about the splashing. Cleaning can be tiresome if you don't have bottle cleaners and pipe cleaners, but otherwise is pretty straight forward. I'd definitely reccomend this product for cats who don't drink from regular bowls but love drinking from the sink or shower, or creepy felines like mine who like to lick the water off your legs when you hop out of the shower.